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After exploring and exhausting various potential resolutions regarding the development of a new gas station at Independence Boulevard and Grand Park Drive (ranging from private owner-required deed restrictions to land purchase), the City of Missouri City administration and City Council must announce that the development of the gas station on the privately owned land will continue to move forward as planned by the developer and landowner.
The subject property, zoned for LC-3 retail district uses in 1981, was designated by the landowners for the development of a gas station as early as 2013. The public outcry resulting from the proposed development has led to a renewed awareness and focus on the City’s zoning and its comprehensive plan, which may be reviewed and updated in the next fiscal year. Although restricted by existing laws and circumstances in the current development instance, the City Council prioritized the review of existing land use regulations during its City Council retreat held on April 30, 2022. The proposed review will be comprehensive and will assist in identifying parcels of land that are designated for uses that may not be compatible with adjacent existing uses. The current comprehensive plan was most recently reviewed and updated in 2017.
While the subject property is zoned for LC-3 retail district use, Missouri City Code regulations also require the following:
The City of Missouri City sincerely thanks residents and everyone involved for staying engaged in the conversation and encourages residents to participate in the comprehensive plan update process in the coming year.
To find public information for current and future development activity in the City, visit the City’s online portal at https://permits.missouricitytx.gov/EnerGovProd/selfservice#/home.
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